Should? I don't know. What if he says, "No?"
What if he says, "Yes!" -- but then, perhaps subconsciously, feels that Bob is at the bottom of his "preferred client list?"
Frankly, I think the value of a buyer's agent is so great - especially for first-timers - that buyers should shop for the very best agent they can find, and offer to pay that agent a premium if only they would help in finding a great home.... more
Typically short sales will take longer to close so the 60 day window should be long enough. With that said, it is crucial for you to get pre-approved for the Back To Work program as soon as possible to give you more negotiating leverage. We have had great success with this program so I would be happy to discuss the requirements with you at your convenience.
Timothy Brown | LPO Manager
EVOLVE bank & trust
11605 Haynes Bridge Road Suite 125 | Alpharetta, GA 30009
678.468.5626 x110 | fax 678.935.1156 | cell 678.467.9959
NMLS#: 168281... more
I checked MLS and found 32 Active Properties That Are Master On Main In Gwinnett Under 300K.
Feel Free To Contact Me For More Info...Your question was under Rental Basics in Atlanta, but you asked for homes up to 300k, so I will need more info to better assist you.
PalmerHouse Properties & Associates
2911 Piedmont Road NE Ste. B
Atlanta, Ga 30305
Seeking nice townhome in Cobb CountyWhat landlords or homeowners are willing to accept a Section 8 voucher? I am a single female with 0 children and 0 pets. I need a safe and decent area in Cobb County to move into by mid
From a news release this morning from Zillow, Rate Has Fallen by More Than One-Third Since Peak; But At 21 Percent, Negative Equity Will Remain a Factor for Foreseeable Future, According to Zillow - National
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Average home prices for the National 20-City Index increased by .7% compared to last month and increased 13.3% over the past year. The September index for Metro Atlanta shows a .48% (non-seasonally adjusted)
Existing and potential homeowners are looking at real estate from all angles as the U.S. economy and local housing markets continue their recovery. For many, there is strong appeal in buying brand-new
Having a Canadian son-in-law, Wally118, it's hard to think of you guys as foreign, but to try to answer, have you ever or do you currently bank with RBC? Please call, text or email if we can provide further assistance. Good Luck!
Yes, Cheryl, the commission and almost everything else is always negotiable in real property transactions. There are several models that essentially let you market and sell your own property for about 4% if the Brokerage allows it. Please call, text or email if we can provide further assistance. Good Luck!
Do I Need to Make a Full Down Payment With My Purchase Offer? By: Michele Lerner QUESTION: We’re looking to move to a new house. Our existing house has approximately $50,000 in equity. We have
I should be able to help you with that. First step, she'll need to create an LLC, Corp, or Trust if she doesn't already have one. Eventually, she'll want a trust and when we talk, I'll explain why (I want to stick to the question here). This will change her from being a person buying a property to a business buying a property. This also protects her from lawsuits personally aimed at her.
This will be a hard money loan. A soft money loan with a better rate can be costly short term. Minimum down is 35-40% (residential) plus lender fees due at closing. Fees may be assessed up front to pay for loan application, appraisal. There is no credit check, no income requirements. Seller allowed to hold back a 2nd mortgage up to 15% of the purchase price. Rate ranges from 12% to 18%, depending on property type, rehab requirements, location. Rate reduction allowed after 6 to 12 months on time payments (because there is no credit check, the company has to show ability to pay on time). Minimum loan amount $10,000.
Other type loans have similar rates (10-15%) but may allow less money down if rehab work is needed (min $100k loan or case by case if less than $100k).
One thing on the rehab that many banks don't tell you is that they may require the borrower to put the repair money in escrow at closing plus the down payment. They don't let you finance repairs. The only way I know of financing repairs is to obtain a Note Purchase loan, but again, those are NOT for short term financing, rather for 15 to 30 years.... more